A holiday in self-catering Isle of Wight accommodation is a great opportunity to walk, cycle and explore. So if your active few days leaves you in the mood for a traditional pub meal, head for the Pointer Inn in Newchurch. The Pointer is one of the Isle of Wight’s oldest pubs and it has a reputation for serving up fantastic beers and heart meals created with local produce.
Everybody loves a beer garden, and this one is about as picturesque as they come thanks to sweeping views or the surrounding countryside. The Pointer makes the perfect pitstop during a ramble or a cycle ride, but leave time to let your food go down as we have it on good authority that the portions are rather large!
One reviewer rejoices at finding the “best roast on the island” and families receive a warm welcome too. There’s a daily specials board and the chefs are happy to try and work around any special requirements if you let them know then you place your order. The menu includes bar favourites such as scampi and chips, summer specials and starters, mains and puddings that have the reviewers returning day after day during Isle of Wight holidays.